Citizenship and Immigration Services
To promote citizenship and civic involvement within the Korean community, KCCEB has various programs and services that focus on immigration, naturalization, and civic participation. Assisting immigrants is one of the many ways through which the formation of a strong Asian American community and bridging the gap in Asian political representation becomes realized.
These are the Citizenship & Immigration Services we offer at KCCEB:
- Walk-in & Call-in Direct Services
- Voter Education Program
- Advocacy Services
- Review application forms
- Monthly Immigration Clinic (4th Saturday of every month except December)
- As a hosting site for ACIC (Asian Community Immigration Clinic), KCCEB holds a monthly Saturday Clinic where clients can come in for high quality bi-lingual immigration assistance by trained volunteers and staff. During the Clinic, a client's eligibility for naturalization will be determined and direct application assistance in the filing for citizenship is given on site.
- The Clinic is a support network for immigrants applying for citizenship and renewing their Green Cards, and also can assist in answering a broad range of immigration questions.
- Low-cost Immigration Assistance
- Adjustment of Status for Residency
- Family Petitions (Family Unification)
- Re-entry Permits
- Visa Extensions
- Employment Authorizations
- General Information & Referral
- 24 Hour Citizenship Voicemail Box 510-547-2662 x200
- U.S. Passport
- Green Card Renewal
- Voter Registration
For those with criminal records, please consult KCCEB Staff and/or Immigration Attorney before submitting any paperwork to USCIS.
Visa Extension (I-539)
Removal of Conditional Status (I-751)